Albany was born on December 12, 1980 in the coastal town of Moruya,Australia. After spending the first six and a half years livingperipatetically, Albany and her family settled in The Blue Mountainswhere she began her journey as a performing artist. Since childhood she has performed as an actress, dancer, model andmusician. She attended Springwood High School which specialises in theperforming arts and heralds an exclusive relationship with theprestigious Q Theatre.
Albany starred twice at the Q Theatre with themost memorable performance being in Shakespeare's 'Cymbeline' at thetender age of 14. Albany performed at the Sydney Opera House, JoanSutherland Performing Arts Centre and the Q Theatre during her teenageyears as an actress, dancer and musician. Upon completing high school, she turned down a business scholarship toembark on the entertainment world. She was dancing professionally fromthe age of 18 in the style of contemporary dance. At the age of 20, shefeatured in her first feature film,'Dirty Deeds', as the Senator'smistress alongside Sam Worthington, Sam Neill, Toni Collette, BryanBrown and John Goodman.
From here she decided to focus on acting andsuccessfully auditioned for the Actors College of Theatre and TV. Shealso went on to study bachelor degrees in media communications andbusiness, as well as post-graduate studies in astronomy. Sincegraduating from acting college, Albany has performed at many of the topAustralian theatre venues including The Sydney Theatre Company, NIDA,TAP Gallery and The Seymour Centre. Her most memorable performances areas Gloria in '10,000 Cigarettes', in 'The Vagina Monologues' performingthe monologue 'Hair', as Michelle in 'The Boys', Inga in '2 Weddingsand a Lawyer' and five eclectic roles in the hilarious 'Girlfriend #33Stole my Mojo'. Albany has proven to be an extremely versatile actress and is equallystrong in both dramatic and comedic acting.
Her comedic timing andimprovisation skills landed her a role in the TV pilot 'Acting Out' asVerity Lang. Her recent film roles include the role of Anetha in the feature film'The Makeover' alongside Martin Dingle Wall and Jeff Gannon, Kaarin in'Nirvana Beach Liquor' and Gillian in 'Ryan's Goal'. .